The sculptural, geometric shape makes this vase look great on its own, but it is also extremely beautiful with a bouquet of flowers.
Dust with a soft and dry cloth.
The vase's designer, Amanda Betz, works at the intersection of art, design, and architecture. She has gained both local and international acclaim for her ability to capture complexity in a simple object. Her unique, experimental approach draws on patterns and geometrical constructions to create spatial objects reflecting light and shadow.
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This porcelain vase from Menu was inspired by origami, the Japanese paper-folding art, with a matte surface that resembles the texture of paper.
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